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Israel potter his fifty years of exile

The semi-fictionalized retelling of a soldier in the American Revolutionary War, his capture, escape, and adventures, spending most of his life on English soil.

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  • "The semi-fictionalized retelling of a soldier in the American Revolutionary War, his capture, escape, and adventures, spending most of his life on English soil."@en
  • "The authoritative edition of Melville's only historical novel Based on the life of an actual soldier who claimed to have fought at Bunker Hill, Israel Potter is unique among Herman Melville's books: a novel in the guise of a biography. In telling the story of Israel Potter's fall from Revolutionary War hero to peddler on the streets of London, where he obtained a livelihood by crying "Old Chairs to Mend," Melville alternated between invented scenes and historical episodes, granting cameos to such famous men of the era as Benjamin Franklin (Potter may have been his secret courier) and John Paul Jones, and providing a portrait of the American Revolution as the rollicking adventure and violent series of events that it really was. This edition of Israel Potter, which reproduces the definitive text, includes selections from Potter's autobiography, Life and Remarkable Adventures of Israel R. Potter, the basis for Melville's novel."@en
  • "This is the extended and annotated edition including an extensive biographical annotation about the author and his life. When Israel Potter leaves his plough to fight in the American Revolution, he's immediately thrown into the Battle of Bunker Hill, where he receives multiple wounds. However, this does not deter him, and after hearing a rousing speech by General George Washington, he volunteers for further duty, this time at sea, where more ill fortune awaits him. Israel is captured by the British Navy and taken to England. Yet, he makes his escape, and this triggers a series of extraordinary events and meetings with remarkable people. Along the way, Israel encounters King George III, who takes a liking to the Yankee rebel and shelters him in Kew Gardens; Benjamin Franklin, who presses Israel into service as a spy; John Paul Jones, who invites Israel to join his crew aboard The Ranger; and Ethan Allen, whom Israel attempts to free from a British prison. (from wikipedia.com)."
  • "Best known for producing one of the masterworks of American literature, the novel Moby-Dick, Herman Melville also branched out into many other genres of writing over the course of his career. The novella Israel Potter: His Fifty Years in Exile was initially published in serial form in a magazine. It offers a fictionalized account of an American-born man whose remarkable life included time spent as a soldier, sailor, prisoner, spy, laborer, and street peddler."@en

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  • "Historical fiction"
  • "Historical fiction"@en
  • "History"
  • "History"@en
  • "Fiction"
  • "Fiction"@en
  • "Yellowbacks"
  • "Erzählende Literatur: Hauptwerk vor 1945"
  • "Online-Publikation"
  • "Biographical fiction"@en
  • "Biographical fiction"
  • "Electronic books"@en
  • "Online resources"
  • "Belletristische Darstellung"

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  • "Israel potter his fifty years of exile"@en
  • "Israel Potter : his fifty years of exile, by Hermann Melville"
  • "Israël Potter ("Israel Potter") : Traduit de l'anglais par Francis Ledoux"
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  • "Israel Potter; or, Fifty years of exile. A Fourth of July story"@en
  • "Israel Potter: his fifty years of exile"
  • "Israel Potter: his fifty years of exile"@en
  • "Israël Potter"
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  • "Israel Potter, his fifty years of exile"
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  • "Israel Potter: His Fifty Years Of Exile Extended Annotated Edition"
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  • "Israel potter: his fifty years of exile"@en
  • "Israël Potter : traduit de anglais par C. [Charles] Cestre"
  • "Israel Potter: his fifty years in exile"
  • "Israel Potter; his fifty years of exile"@en
  • "Israel Potter His Fifty Years of Exile"@en
  • "Israël Potter : ("Israel Potter"), traduit de l'anglais par Francis Ledoux. [Cartonnage de Mario Prassinos.]"
  • "Israel Potter His Fifty Years of Exile"
  • "Israel Potter : His fifty years of Exile ; edited with an introduction by Raymond M.Weaver"
  • "[Israel Potter: his fifty years of Exile.]"@en
  • "Israel potter; his fifty years of exile"@en
  • "Israel Potter : his fifty years if exile"
  • "Israël Potter : [les aventures d'un patriote à l'époque de la Révolution d'Amérique]"
  • "Israel Potter : His fifty years of exile"
  • "Israel Potter : His fifty years in exile"@en
  • "Israel Potter : his fifty years in exile"@en
  • "Israel Potter : his fifty years in exile"
  • "Israel Potter : his fifty years of exile"@en
  • "Israel Potter : his fifty years of exile"
  • "Israel Potter His fifty years of exile"@en
  • "Israel Potter : his 50 years of exile"
  • "Israel Potter seine fünfzig Jahre im Exil"
  • "Israel Potter : seine 50 Jahre im Exil"
  • "Israel Potter: his fifty years of Exile"@en
  • "Israel Potter His Fifty Years in Exile"@en
  • "Israel Potter His Fifty Years in Exile"
  • "Israel Potter : seine fünfzig Jahre im Exil"

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